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Project Computer-Assisted Learning, Stanford University / Rural Education Action Program

Principal Investigator:

Previously, we conducted five large-scale trials to evaluate Computer Assisted Learning (CAL), a computer program designed to teach remedial math and Chinese. The results of the trials have shown that CAL boosts students’ academic performance and confidence. In order to see whether CAL can be scaled-up throughout the country, we need to know whether prefectural education bureaus are capable of managing CAL programs.

Location

Qinghai, China

Project Does PreOperative 3D Computer Simulation Improve Clinical Outcomes of Arthroscopic Surgery for FAI, Stanford University and London, England (June 30, 2013 - 12/31/2015)

Principal Investigator:

This is a prospective, randomized, multicenter study, involving Stanford and London, England evaluating the efficacy of pre-operative planning for femoroacetabular (FAI) arthroscopic surgery using novel computer simulation software (from the Netherlands) to plan surgery for patients with FAI

Location

Stanford University and London, England

Project Evaluation of Hip Kinematic in Cadaver Model, Stanford University and Rizzoli Institute, Bologna, Italy (2007 - 2007)

Principal Investigator:

This was a study of hip kinematics performed at Stanford University and the PAlo Alto Veteran's Administration Hospital / Bone and Joint Research Center, using technology developed at the Rizzoli Institute in Bologna, Italy. Cadaveric hips were studied to better understand hip function and motion.

Location

Stanford University and Bologna, Italy

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